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The Pszenny Project hails from the midlands of South Carolina. Led by guitarist/lead vocalist Mark Pszenny, a strong guitarist, adding an edge of rock to his blues along with the rhythm section of Jay Ellington (bass) and Jason Corley (drums), this is a rock-solid lineup. The Pszenny Project has a strong instrumental attack combining in their music a masterful blend of blues, funk, rock and R&B that makes for energetic, compelling music. The Pszenny Project presents a kind of initiatory journey in the places most marked by the blues, namely Chicago, Memphis, Detroit and Texas, playgrounds carrying so many styles that the quartet will use and even sometimes abuse to serve us a music that is both solid, thick and rough as appreciated in juke joints that have managed to create the legend of what has long been called the Chitlin' Circuit. Get ready for soulful and edgy blues-rock show unlike any other. Don’t miss out on this unique musical journey that defies expectations and delivers an unforgettable live show. Pair that with energy and a fresh approach to tried-and-true music and you’ll be begging for more! Experience the incredible sound of The Pszenny Project. 



Mark started his musical journey as a young teenager listening to iconic artist by the likes of Derek & The Dominoes, Led Zeppelin, Gary Moore, Rory Gallager, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Muddy Watters, B.B. King and many others. Mark picked up the guitar at age 16 and naturally gravitated to blues, blues rock, R&B and Funk. After playing in many cover bands in clubs all over northern New England & upstate New York, in 2019 Mark started writing music and lyrics that would soon anchor in The Pszenny Project and morph into our debut album.  Mark is looking forward in recording more original compositions and delivering the music that he grew up with to as many listeners, young & old, as possible. Let’s keep the blues and blues related music alive and well. 

Mark Pszenny


Jay Ellington

Bio coming soon

Jason Corley

South Louisiana native transplant to South Carolina, has been playing live in bands since the age of twelve, opening for acts such as Reel Big Fish and Agent Orange. Playing venues like Crocodile Rock and being on line ups at Musikfest before the age of fourteen. Jason played in Concert band, Jazz Band , Marching band throughout his School years while also perfecting his skills on the set playing in punk rock bands. As time went on he played in many local Baton Rouge bands until finally landing with Jonathon Boogie Long and the Blues Revolution in his late 20s, after countless festivals, rigorous touring and competitions such as Guitar Center's Drum Off and the IBC (International Blues Challenge) Jason pulled away from music taking a much needed hiatus for personal reasons, now he's back and ready for more! Jason has shared the stage with artist such as B.B. King, Robert Cray, Kenny Wayne Shepard, Ana popovic, Gov't Mule and has been managed by Coran Capshaw, Kris Tetzeli, and Quint Davis throughout the years.


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